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Old August 19th, 2010, 09:10 AM   #151 (permalink)
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Yes, all the files are still there...
I mean are you still overclocked

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Old August 19th, 2010, 09:11 AM   #152 (permalink)
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Yes, all the files are still there...

I was having similar issues like you, even droider13 tried to walk me through it and we could not figure out why it wasn't working.

I ended up doing the root explorer way, pretty simple--just a different way. Worked the first time....and I am not saying this other method doesn't work--it clearly does, I just didn't feel like troubleshooting.
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Old August 19th, 2010, 09:15 AM   #153 (permalink)
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I was having similar issues like you, even droider13 tried to walk me through it and we could not figure out why it wasn't working.

I ended up doing the root explorer way, pretty simple--just a different way. Worked the first time....and I am not saying this other method doesn't work--it clearly does, I just didn't feel like troubleshooting.
Hey, troubleshooting is how I learned
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I appear to be stable running these values:

11000000 at 60
9000000 at 50
6000000 at 40
3000000 at 30

That is running the same 1.1 at 60 as previously suggested, a bump from 800 to 900 on the 2nd band, and then the stock speeds with a little taken off the voltage side for the lower bands. My thinking is that this - I'll get a boost of extra power when I need it, but then let the device run at stock speeds when demand is lower.


Again, stock settings are:
10000000 66
8000000 57
6000000 44
3000000 32
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I'm currently using these settings and have not had a reboot since using them (few days):

11250000 50
9000000 45
6000000 38
3000000 30
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I mean are you still overclocked
Nope, everything is in place but its at 1000000.
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I was having similar issues like you, even droider13 tried to walk me through it and we could not figure out why it wasn't working.

I ended up doing the root explorer way, pretty simple--just a different way. Worked the first time....and I am not saying this other method doesn't work--it clearly does, I just didn't feel like troubleshooting.
Lol that's the only way I know. It was working until I moved the files around and did a reboot.
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just when you think after days of trying different clock speeds and voltages that you FINALLY GOT STABLE!.... CRASSSSHHHHH (at the worst time ever too). haha god.... need a real stability test program - cpu stress tests have run for hours no crash, then like...lol random call...oops lock up. WTB the answer to life
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just when you think after days of trying different clock speeds and voltages that you FINALLY GOT STABLE!.... CRASSSSHHHHH (at the worst time ever too). haha god.... need a real stability test program - cpu stress tests have run for hours no crash, then like...lol random call...oops lock up. WTB the answer to life
Ya know I am sure we will see more stability when we get those custom kernels
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Any chance we can get this working on Froyo?
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Any chance we can get this working on Froyo?
yes but not yet, hopefully custom kernels come first though
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FYI I got this to work on a Droid2 on froyo 2.2
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